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Garlic injection 'could tackle tree disease'

Scientists are developing a new injection in a bid to save millions of Ash, Horse chestnut and Oak trees under threat from disease.

A fungicide, derived from garlic, is injected directly into a tree and travels to the target area in the sap system and poisons it.

Claire Marshall reports.

  • 07 Oct 2014
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